Originally from Manchester, Damian Kilroy has lived in Vietnam for 10 years, 5 of those in Saigon, where most notably, he brought a raft of international artists to Saigon for the first time (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Mac DeMarco, The Cribs, The Vaccines).
Now in Vung Tau, Damian is the owner of Cask Bar and is working on the 2nd year of Coracle Music Festival which takes place in Ho Tram at the end of November. The Lemonheads, Ca Hoi Hoang, Fleetmac Wood and The King Khan & BBQ Show are among the artists performing.
Listen to this episode to find out how to win one of three Coracle Music Festival tickets worth 1.5m vnd each!
Get your tickets for the Coracle Music Festival here.
APOLOGIES; I was having microphone issues on this recording, so the sound quality of this episode may be poorer than usual. I tried my best, with the help of Lewis Wright, to fix it but this was as good as it gets. I hope you enjoy the episode and massive apologies!
Theme music composed by Lewis Wright.
Main Cover Art designed by Niall Mackay and Le Nguyen.
Episode art designed by Niall Mackay, with pictures supplied by guests and used with permission.
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